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No. Area of a circle (A) is given by the formula A=(3.14128)*(d/2)2.

Modifying the equation, you get:

d= square root of (4A/3.14128)

where d is directly proportional to the value of A and vice versa. Since there are

no other variables in the equation, it's not possible for two circles to have same

area but different diameter.

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